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Hachiko's Collar
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Origin

Hachiko

Type

Dog Collar

Effects

Creates an overwhelming sense of loyalty towards the person who places the collar around the target's neck

Downsides

The sense of loyalty is so strong that the victim will do whatever the person who gave them the collar says

Activation

Placing the collar around someone's neck

Collected by

Pete Lattimer

Section

Lupis-912F

Aisle

7612-34D86

Shelf

PO3-9813-548OK

Date of Collection

09-23-2009

[Source]


OriginEdit

Hachiko (10 November, 1923 - 8 March, 1935) was an Akita dog owned by a Japanese college professor. Every day, Hachiko's owner would take a train to work and at the end of each day Hachiko would be waiting at the station to greet his owner. The pair continued this routine until, one day, Hachiko's owner died and never came home. Hachiko stayed, waiting at the train station for his owner who would never arrive until he eventually died there

EffectsEdit

When placed around someone's neck, it creates an extreme sense of loyalty in them towards whoever placed the collar on them to the point that they will do whatever that person tells them to

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